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I recently purchased this plow, but have not picked it up.

 

Is this an authentic wheel horse Plow?

 

How do I determine a model or a size?

 

How does a coulter attach?

 

Pics of one all fixed up?

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Looks like an 8" Horsie plow to me. :)

 

Plow was actually made by Brinly

 

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Well darn!

 

It doesn't look like my coulter is the correct one for my plow.

 

Thank you for the links!

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Coulter just gets in the way! Plow away! :banana-dreads: :banana-blonde: :banana-linedance:

 

 

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